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Quick links for December 2010

Sun, 16 Jan 2011 08:09:32 +0000

A round-up of December tweets from crimepsychblog New Journal Issues Women & Criminal Justice 20(4), articles on IPV, life sentences and risk http://retwt.me/1Qjtd Justice Qtrly 27(6), articles on transgender prisoners, gangs, social learning theory, self-control, in-reach http://is.gd/jtBjs Dec 10 issue of Learning & Individual Differences 21(1) has special section on education of children in detention … Continue reading Quick links for December 2010



A month’s-worth of tweets, 25 Oct to 22 November

Mon, 22 Nov 2010 09:02:58 +0000

A month’s worth of tweets in one post (I know, I know, but I’ve been away). New journal issues Free: J of Police & Criminal Psychology 25(2). All articles FREE ACCESS at the moment http://retwt.me/1PrUb Cambridge Journals offer FREE access to select papers in Psychological Medicine, incl some with forensic relevance http://retwt.me/1PwMb Some good stuff … Continue reading A month’s-worth of tweets, 25 Oct to 22 November



Quick Links for 11 to 24 October

Sun, 24 Oct 2010 09:44:08 +0000

So here’s what I’ve been twittering about for the last few days. (Follow crimepsychblog here: http://twitter.com/#!/crimepsychblog) Freebies: Springer is offering free access to many journals til 30 November. No registration required. Here’s Law and Human Behavior http://retwt.me/1Pl5h and here is Law and Human Behavior, 34(1), a special on interrogation and confession http://retwt.me/1Pl5F The entire digital … Continue reading Quick Links for 11 to 24 October



Quick links for 30 Sept to 10 October

Sun, 10 Oct 2010 17:33:26 +0000

A reminder that there’s just five days left to get your hands on all Sage Journals’ content. Free trial giving full-text access to ALL Sage Journal content ends 15 Oct. Don’t miss out, register here: http://is.gd/eUubM New research New issue: The latest Journal Contemporary Criminal Justice [26(4)] is a special on criminal investigation, with articles … Continue reading Quick links for 30 Sept to 10 October



Quick links for 19 Sept to 26 Sept 2010

Sun, 26 Sep 2010 12:07:31 +0000

New issues: J. Contemporary Criminal Justice 26(2) focuses on General Strain Theory http://ccj.sagepub.com/content/vol26/issue2/ Deviant Behavior 31(8) crime & solidarity, female prisoners, criminalisation of midwives http://is.gd/ftsGh Victims & Offenders: Volume 5 Issue 4 http://is.gd/ftsvr Policing and Society: An International Journal of Research and Policy 20(3) http://is.gd/ftsjo New articles: “When children commit atrocities in war”, Global Change, … Continue reading Quick links for 19 Sept to 26 Sept 2010



Quick links for the last week

Sun, 19 Sep 2010 11:34:51 +0000

New issues: Law and Human Behavior 34(5) http://is.gd/fhQvR Recidivism risk, psychopathy, informants, quality of forensic examiners and more Criminal Justice Matters 81(1) Articles on pre-crime, masculinity & violence, probation, secure envts & more http://is.gd/fbBVC Psychology, Crime & Law 16(8) http://is.gd/fhQqp Articles on execution, prisoners, rape myths, child abuse, eyewitness testimony New research articles: Murder–suicide: A … Continue reading Quick links for the last week



Quick links for the last couple of weeks

Sun, 12 Sep 2010 08:56:55 +0000

Oh dear, the automatic Twitter updates feature needs attention. Sigh. Meanwhile, here’s what I’ve been tweeting about: The most important tweet of the last two weeks was notification that Sage Pubs are offering FREE online access to their entire collection until October 15, 2010. Sage do this every year or so and it’s a great … Continue reading Quick links for the last couple of weeks



Twitter Updates for 2010-08-29

Sun, 29 Aug 2010 23:00:00 +0000

Why Jessica Stern studies violence: Raped age 15; police investign over whn father said she "seemed to have forgotten it" http://is.gd/eJsBO # Workplace violence / terrorism: DoD releases report “Lessons Learned from Fort Hood.” http://is.gd/eJts3 # Video via @WRY999 Jim Fallon discusses Neuroscience of Murder & Aggression "Exploring the Mind of a Killer". Fascinating. http://is.gd/eJtWg … Continue reading Twitter Updates for 2010-08-29



Twitter Updates for 2010-08-28

Sat, 28 Aug 2010 23:00:00 +0000

New issue: Crime & Delinquency 56(4). Articles on Juvenile justice, community policing, released Inmates, risk, control. http://is.gd/eHXa8 # New research: Detecting Deceptive Discussions in Conference Calls. Linguistic analysis method 50-65% accuracy. SSRN via http://is.gd/eI0bA # New study On Violence Prevention And Intervention Employing Street Outreach numberswiki.com Workers. http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/198541.php # Press release (bad spelling), new book: … Continue reading Twitter Updates for 2010-08-28



Twitter Updates for 2010-08-25

Wed, 25 Aug 2010 23:00:00 +0000

New research: Turning a blind eye to double blind line-ups Wright et al in Applied Cog Psych 24: 849–867 http://is.gd/eCFs4 # New research: Effect of suspicion & liars' strategies on reality monitoring Gnisci, Caso & Vrij in more info App Cog Psy 24:762–773 http://is.gd/eCFyA # Call for papers now open for APLS, EAPL & ANZAPPL … Continue reading Twitter Updates for 2010-08-25



Twitter Updates for 2010-08-24

Tue, 24 Aug 2010 23:00:00 +0000

RT @ TheJuryExpert Slate interview with Innocence Project co-founder c/o @mindhacks http://bit.ly/dBE9Ws # RT @FPsych Guilty, Not Guilty, Not proven: Australian Research: http://bit.ly/aCaIp0 NB link direct to pdf # Powered by Twitter Tools



Twitter Updates for 2010-08-21

Sat, 21 Aug 2010 23:00:00 +0000

RT@ TheJuryExpert Thoughts on how to use probability 4 courtroom persuasion from a statistician & a trial consultant http://bit.ly/bc1reL # Powered by Twitter Tools



Twitter Updates for 2010-08-19

Thu, 19 Aug 2010 23:00:00 +0000

RT@DrPetra Entire APCO 'Project Acumen' report on UK sex trafficking here http://bit.ly/9WVYm2 (Warning link takes you directly to PDF) # RT @TheJuryExpert Grime & Punishment: How Disgust Influences Moral, Social & Legal judgments (applied to courtroom) http://bit.ly/3iugDM # New issue: Behavioral Sciences & Law 28(4). Special issue on families, divorce, custody and parenting http://is.gd/eoVc7 # … Continue reading Twitter Updates for 2010-08-19



Twitter Updates for 2010-08-15

Sun, 15 Aug 2010 23:00:00 +0000

New article in press: If Brain Scans Really Detected Deception, Who Would Volunteer to be Scanned? J Forensic Sci http://is.gd/eiz2o # New issue: Child Abuse & Neglect 34(8) filicide, cyberpedocriminality, interviewing, CSA, and more http://is.gd/eizoe # New issue: J.Quant Criminology 26(3). sit-person interactn, conviction inheritance, stats, recidivism. 2 free articles. http://is.gd/eiGPH # New issue: Law … Continue reading Twitter Updates for 2010-08-15



Twitter Updates for 2010-08-14

Sat, 14 Aug 2010 23:00:00 +0000

New issue: Policing 4(3) http://is.gd/eh77W Special issue on trust and confidence in the police # New issue: Violence Against Women 16(9) Special issue in honour of Ellen Pence, researcher & advocate for battered women http://is.gd/ehajJ # New issue:Justice Quarterly 27(5) Articles: gangs, prison sexl assault, juvenile courts, clemency, community notification http://is.gd/eharb # New issue: J. … Continue reading Twitter Updates for 2010-08-14



Twitter Updates for 2010-08-08

Sun, 08 Aug 2010 23:00:00 +0000

New research: Sexual Sadism and Recidivism Among Adult Male Sexual Offenders J. Consult&Clin Psy 78(4) http://is.gd/e8nga # New research in press: AMBER Alerts don't save abducted kids frm life-threatening sits http://is.gd/e8np7 Cf @bengoldacre http://is.gd/e8nt7 # New issue: Psychology Crime & Law 16(7) . 3 articles on sex offenders; plus interviewing, false memory, prisoners. http://is.gd/e8p7i # … Continue reading Twitter Updates for 2010-08-08



Twitter Updates for 2010-08-07

Sat, 07 Aug 2010 23:00:00 +0000

How CSI Went Awry. From National Academies, a video about the National Research Council (NRC) report on forensic science http://is.gd/e75Ke # New on SSRN: Lineups and Eyewitness Identification (from Ann Rev Law & Soc Sci 2009) via Neuroethics & Law Blog http://is.gd/e7a6t # Violent Video Games as a Learning Tool? (Yes, but…) from @BrainBlogger http://is.gd/e7brG … Continue reading Twitter Updates for 2010-08-07



Twitter Updates for 2010-08-06

Fri, 06 Aug 2010 23:00:00 +0000

New issue of NIJ Journal Highlights 15th Anniversary of Violence Against Women Act (US) http://is.gd/e5vU7 # New issue: Psychology, Public Policy & Law 16(3) Aug 2010. Miranda rights, prison rape, psychopathy, research agenda http://is.gd/e5wOv # New research: Political violence & child adjustment in Northern Ireland, in Dev Psy 46(4): 827-841 http://is.gd/e5z2d # New research: Subtypes … Continue reading Twitter Updates for 2010-08-06



Twitter Updates for 2010-08-01

Sun, 01 Aug 2010 23:00:00 +0000

New issue: Contemporary Justice Review: Issues in Criminal, Social, and Restorative Justice, Volume 13 Issue 3 2010 http://is.gd/dWzee # The Cultural Dynamics of Copycat Suicide by Alex Mesoudi, free access at PLoS1. http://is.gd/dWBDg # New Journal issue: Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, Volume 17 Issue 3 http://is.gd/dWHyM # New journal issue: Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & … Continue reading Twitter Updates for 2010-08-01



Twitter Updates for 2010-07-31

Sat, 31 Jul 2010 23:00:00 +0000

The role of the third sector in work with offenders http://is.gd/dV9FZ [pdf]. HT to LSE Library Blog http://is.gd/dV9zi # http://www.statecrime.org "Acts committed, instigated or condoned by governments [are] under-acknowledged by academics" via @intute # Centre for Social Justice green paper on UK criminal justice & addiction treatment systems http://is.gd/dVaa8 HT LSE http://is.gd/dVacD # Research on … Continue reading Twitter Updates for 2010-07-31



Twitter Updates for 2010-07-30

Fri, 30 Jul 2010 23:00:00 +0000

Eye movements and deception? http://is.gd/dSIVA. Not NLP – a bit more complex than that (hopefully more accurate!). #deceptionblog # 1921 book on how to profile people.http://is.gd/dSJqb. HT to Bruce Schneier http://is.gd/dSJub # BBC radio broadcast on lying http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p007gvhg #deceptionblog # New research: Higher Generalized Trust Predicts Lie Detection Ability http://spp.sagepub.com/content/1/3/274.abstract #deceptionblog # US security chiefs … Continue reading Twitter Updates for 2010-07-30



Now on Twitter

Fri, 30 Jul 2010 16:09:42 +0000

It’s still hard to find the time to keep Crimepsychblog and the Deception Blog updated and I am not sure when (if ever) I will have the time to post as regularly as I used to. Meanwhile I’m still finding plenty of interesting links and papers so rather than waiting til I have time to … Continue reading Now on Twitter



Using forensic linguistics in the criminal justice system

Sat, 28 Feb 2009 09:37:26 +0000

As you know, the Crimepsych blog is on something of a hiatus until later this year. To keep you going, I’m delighted to bring you a guest post from John Olsson of the Forensic Linguistics Institute. John is one of the UK’s most experienced forensic linguists, with over 300 criminal cases in his portfolio. He … Continue reading Using forensic linguistics in the criminal justice system



Conference: Forensic Science for the 21st Century: The National Academy of Sciences Report and Beyond

Sat, 10 Jan 2009 12:00:00 +0000

The Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at ASU commented on the previous post about a conference they are hosting in April.  It sounds interesting and worth giving greater prominence to. Here’s what they posted: Forensic Science for the 21st Century: The National Academy of Sciences Report and Beyond The Center for the Study of … Continue reading Conference: Forensic Science for the 21st Century: The National Academy of Sciences Report and Beyond



Deception blog round-up of recent research

Thu, 01 Jan 2009 08:36:06 +0000

I’ve neglected all the crimepsych blogs over the last few months (pressure of work and a doctorate to finish) but to make up for it, at least partially, I’ve published a round-up of all the interesting deception-related research from the last few months over on the Deception Blog. It’s in six parts (there’s a LOT … Continue reading Deception blog round-up of recent research



Tackling Football Hooliganism: A Quantitative Study of Public Order, Policing and Crowd Psychology

Sat, 08 Nov 2008 13:03:23 +0000

It’s been a very long time since I’ve spotted an article in Psychology, Public Policy, and Law that I’ve wanted to read (is it just me or has it been incredibly dull over the last few issues?). But here’s one that sounds interesting, appears theoretically sound and of practical value: This paper contributes to the … Continue reading Tackling Football Hooliganism: A Quantitative Study of Public Order, Policing and Crowd Psychology



Free access to Sage journals gives you a chance to read all about science and pseudoscience in policing

Sun, 05 Oct 2008 16:35:24 +0000

Once again Sage Journals is throwing its archive open – you can get free access to all Sage journals until 31 October if you register first. A great opportunity to stock up on articles in journals that you or your library don’t subscribe to. Can I, in particular, recommend you take a look at the … Continue reading Free access to Sage journals gives you a chance to read all about science and pseudoscience in policing



The Anthropology of Crime and Criminalization

Thu, 02 Oct 2008 05:00:00 +0000

Despite the focus on psychological research in this blog, I find anthropological approaches fascinating too. Here’s a neat review of such approaches applied to the cross-cultural understanding of crime and criminality: The ambiguity of the concept of crime is evident in the two strands of anthropological research covered in this review. One strand, the anthropology … Continue reading The Anthropology of Crime and Criminalization



Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology: Special Issue on Criminal Profiling

Sun, 28 Sep 2008 07:29:11 +0000

The latest issue of Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology [23(2)] is a Special Issue on Criminal Profiling edited by Craig Bennell. The issue contains several articles on the research basis for criminal profiling, its limitations and applications. In his introduction to the issue, Bennell explains that the papers touch on some of the …debates … Continue reading Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology: Special Issue on Criminal Profiling



Special issue of Applied Cognitive Psychology on eyewitness research

Sat, 06 Sep 2008 06:48:43 +0000

The latest issue of Applied Cognitive Psychology (Volume 22 Issue 6, September 2008) is a special devoted to Basic and Applied Issues in Eyewitness Research, edited by Brian H. Bornstein, Christian A. Meissner. Published to mark the centenary of the publication of “On the Witness Stand” by Hugo Munsterburg, one of forensic psychology’s founding fathers, … Continue reading Special issue of Applied Cognitive Psychology on eyewitness research